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National Archives and Records AdministrationLONGINES-WITTNAUER WITH ERIC JOHNSTON

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National Archives and Records Administration - ARC Identifier 95873 / Local Identifier LW-LW-272 - LONGINES-WITTNAUER WITH ERIC JOHNSTON - Brought to you by Longines, World's Most Honored Watch. Copied by IASL Master Scanner Thomas Gideon.

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Producer: National Archives and Records Administration
Language: English

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Reviewer: dcuda - - July 12, 2013
Subject: Date of Broadcast 12/14/1953
Source: Television Interviews, 1951-1955
A Catalog of Longines Chronoscope Interviews in the National Archives

Compiled by Sarah L. Shamley

Published for the National Archives and Records Administration
By the National Archives Trust Fund Board
Reviewer: Jilly9 - - November 14, 2011
Subject: Special Emissary to the Near East
Mr. Johnston talks about his work in the Jordan River Valley aiding negotiations for an hydroelectric project for President Truman, and providing technical assistance to Latin America.

CBS correspondents Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood co-host.


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